Line Goes Up, a must watch documentary about NFTs
The newest Dan Olson’s “Line Goes Up” is a two hour long Youtube documentary about the problems with NFTs. Why is it two hours long? Well, there are a lot of problems. I highly recommend this video for anyone who wants to learn more about NFTS. As long as it is, it still feels like […]
A list of companies that cancelled their NFT releases
Ten months ago I was planning my first NFT release. Some friends of mine had told me about the technology in late 2020 and I was getting really excited about doing the first yo-yo related NFT, but as I was researching my release I started to hear about some of the downsides of NFTs and […]
This is not a place of honor… my thoughts on Kickstarter’s crypto future.
I joined Kickstarter over a decade ago, and it continues to have a special place in my heart. In that time, I’ve started ten projects and backed over 700 others. Kickstarter has always been one of those sites that creators could look to as a trustworthy source of funding for their projects. Kickstarter was one […]
The Dune NFT disaster (or how Not To market a Film)
I’m so excited about the Dune movie that I’m doing everything I can to avoid seeing any trailers or photos before its release, but the news of Dune NFTs still managed to spoil the film for me. Why would Legendary Entertainment use NFTs, a technology famous for its high carbon footprint, to promote a story […]